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  1. sylvia says:

    these are really lovely and easy baby pants to sew, Lizbeth wore them forever. you don’t really need a pattern for them, i just cut and sewed and they ALWAYS fit!! here is one i made: http://www.artsyants.com/2012/06/cozy-sewing.html

  2. karen says:

    I had a feeling that something might have been up with you. I also enjoyed low risk pregnancies (and fast labors!). I think you have to knit the EZ february lady sweater but without lace pattern in case it’s a boy.

  3. Melissa says:

    When I see posts like this, I wish I’d had more babies. I was lucky and did pregnancy really well. I actually thrived when I was pregnant…I had friends that thought it was so odd. I knitted a little dress and diaper cover for my niece and I can’t find the pattern. Once I do, I’ll send you a message on Rav….a mind is a terrible thing to lose.

  4. Elizabeth says:

    all the best with this new little one; always exciting to know that soon you will meet a new tiny person!

  5. Leah says:

    Oh my goodness I am so happy to read this! We are 6 weeks along with our sixth:) Love the belly pic:) I need to post more on my blog!

  6. Leah says:

    I also have plans for a puerperium! I will be stalking this post for comments on other good baby items:)

  7. Apseed says:

    You look gorgeous!!!! And I like the first photo, so much expectation and love in it.

  8. Warmest congratulations, Rachel. How exciting!

  9. Jen says:


    I am so happy for you and your family!!! Congratulations!

    Now that you will have the same number of children that own parents did, you really must name this one Jennifer if it’s a girl.

    Just kidding. 😉

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  11. Svenna says:

    Such an exciting time. 🙂 Kaya wanted the baby to be called Breakdown Train, so Sally isn’t too bad an option 🙂

  12. I’ve finally gotten around to dropping by your lovely space. I’m so excited for you! I hope everything goes smoothly. Jacinta x

  13. Heidi says:

    Warmest Congratulations Rachel, I noticed your projects on Ravelry and wondered if you were expecting,yay!
    Healthy pregnancies are a huge blessing. I was so so sick with my last babe, it was so hard. I am so thankful for my daughter, but I am never doing that again. Three is my magic number:)
    Some of my best memories are of knitting tiny sweaters and hats for expected babes. Can I guess boy too?
    Best wishes to you and your family!!

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